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soar

US [sɔr]
UK [sɔː(r)]
  • v.翱翔;高飞;猛增;高耸
  • n.翱翔;上升高度;高飞范围
  • Web高涨;剧增;飞翔
Simple Present:soars  Present Participle:soaring  Past Tense:soared  
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v.
1.
[i]
急升;猛增if the value, amount or level of sthsoars , it rises very quickly
soaring costs/prices/temperatures
猛增的成本;飞涨的物价;骤升的温度
Unemployment has soared to 18%.
失业率猛升到了 18%。
2.
[i]
~ (up) (into sth)
升空;升腾to rise quickly and smoothly up into the air
The rocket soared (up) into the air.
火箭升空。
Her spirits soared(= she became very happy and excited) .
她情绪高涨。
3.
[i]
高飞;翱翔to fly very high in the air or remain high in the air
an eagle soaring high above the cliffs
在山崖上空高高翱翔的鹰
4.
[i]
高耸;耸立to be very high or tall
soaring mountains
屹立的群山
The building soared above us.
在我们眼前,那座大楼巍然高耸。
5.
[i]
(音乐)升高,增强when musicsoars , it becomes higher or louder
soaring strings
激昂的弦乐

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